Last Posted: Mar 19, 2019
Apple Heart Study demonstrates ability of wearable technology to detect atrial fibrillation
Stanford researchers presented preliminary findings from a virtual study that enrolled more than 400,000 participants.
Stanford University, March 16, 2019
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- Apple Watch Helps Detect AF: Is This the Future?
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M Herper, Stat News, March 16, 2019
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- The phenotypic spectrum of proximal 6q deletions based on a large cohort derived from social media and literature reports.
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- Electronic Health Record Data Quality Issues Are Not Remedied by Increasing Granularity of Diagnosis Codes
AM Navar, JAMA Cardiology, March 17, 2019
- Five Feet Apart
CF Foundation, March 2019
- Biology, Genetics and Heart Disease
The FH Foundation, March 14, 2019
- Gene and environmental interactions according to the components of lifestyle modifications in hypertension guidelines.
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- Mendelian Randomization Study of ACLY and Cardiovascular Disease.
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- Scientists find new approach that shows promise for treating cystic fibrosis
NIH, March 13, 2019
- Could a cure be close for sickle cell anemia?
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